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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- alONDAr; JUNE 23, 19te.
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edly the finest ever ween In Scranton, nntl
prices mo tun pilulngly low.
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In and About
Meeting of Advisory Board.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
nclvisory commlttco of the I'rnn Avemio
U.tptlst church will be held this evening
lit S o'clock.
The Faelten Becital.
Tho diagram for reserved scats for the
Vaelten iccltal at tho Parish houso this
exenlnff ill bo In tho Conservatory of
llce, t01 Linden street, all day.
St. Luke's Excursion.
The St. Luke's excursion, postponed
from laht Thuisdny, will tako placo to
morrow. Tho trains -lll leave tho Eno
htatlon for tho lake at S o'clock a. m.
Tickets will be good on tho afternoon
ttain and tho two trains returning. The
committee 911 games announce competi
tions for both boys and girls. Bauer's
orchestra will accompany tho excursion.
Police Eaid the "Hub."
Superintendent of Police Dav and Dc
tectlo Delter raided tho "Hub." on
Spruce stieel, late Saturday night, nnd
arrested tho proprietress, Mrs. Timothy
Jones and 11 man who gave tho name of
"mlth. Tho woman was fined $30 for
eeplng a bouse of ill-fame, and the man
as called upon to give J!7 for being an
nmate thereof. Both paid their fines.
- Liquor Dealers to Meet.
The liquor dealers of Lackawanna andf
Luzerne counties will meet in Joint ses
sion at Music hall, tomorrow afternoon at
I o'clock, to elect permanent officers of
the union lecently organized and ti ansae t
other business in lino with tho purposes
of tho 01 ganizutlon, which are to reduce
the license fee and wipe out tho speak
easies. Anniversary Celebration.
Tho Green Ridge Wheelmen will cele
brate tho tenth annlveisary of their or
ganization by a reception to the members
nnd their lady friends at tho club house
next Thursday evening from 8 to 11
o'clock, followed by u dunce. Bauer's or
chestra will turnlsh the music and Han
ley will cater. The committee ot ar
rangements consists of Charles M, Carr,
J, I... Rowlson. H. P. Hitchcock, B. W.
Bevnus and Howard Davis.
Getting Beady for the Picnic.
Thero will bo n meeting of newspaper
men and all otliett- Interested in tho ofllco
of A. P. Bedfoid. 313 boaid of Undo build
ing. Tuesday nioinlug, Juno 21. at 0
o'clock, or tho purpose of making nr
inugements for tho annual picnic for the
newsboys of tho city, Uverybody is in
lted to be piescnt, especially thoso who
me willing to woik to help lnako this
rent's plcnlo n bigger Heat to th news-
jojs than ever bolore.
List Has Been Furnished.
The Central Labor union unnouuees that
it has furnished tho Citizens A Ilia nro wtih
11 completo list of thor.porsoiiH, firms and
lorpointlons that liavo been placed 011
the unfair list. Tho Alliance printed cards
In the p.ipeis asking for information of
any boycotting that nilyht bu going on In
these parts. Tho Central Labor union at
its mealing u week ago yesterday dliect
ed Its secictury to compllo an "unfulr"
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litis been done the union's offlcora say.
The tenfoot wall nrountl the Houpc or
the Good Shepherd tui not proof
nfiitliiHt llio InslcIlotlHiieM ot the epidemic
of strike fever. Some grievance agitated
a lot of tin) drta Hojournlni? thcic, nntl,
on Saturday, they determined to make a
hrenU for liberty. Three, of them suc
ceeded In scallnir the fence nnd RottlliE
In the ten trill city. Lieutenant of Police
Vcciity found thnin In the bnek loom
of the t'ulncc hotel, t.nckuwnnnu ave
nue, eiiroiiFlni? with ti number of men.
MiiRlHtnttc Mlllnr lind them before him In
polite court nnd commuted them to the
county Jnll for ninety days eneh,
THE HIGHLANDS OP WAYNE.
They Are Thickly Studded with
fjentntim people need not seek a more
restful, plotmcsquo or Inviting place to
spend a Hummer's vacation lliiin In the
highlands of Wayne and Delaware
counties, where Nutute has created
such mi Ideal spot.
A representative! of The Tilbunc jour
neyed over the mountnlns yesterday, In
compuny with a number of Scranton
nnd Cnrbondulc people, and spent the
day In one of the most delightful places
Imaginable. After a little over nn
hour's ride over the Scranton division
ot the Now York, Ontario and "West
ern rond, a stop was made at Lake
t'oyntelle, which t situated nearly
three thousand feet nbovc the level ot
the sea. f
At this point there Is a hotel, con
ducted by Charles H. Smith, who has
been there two seasons, and has made
Poyutelle .a more Inviting plnco than
ever to spend a day or week. Ho hns
just placed on the luke eight substan
tial rowbats, which are free to his
guests, and has succeeded In arrang
ing for the running ot the stenmer
".Margaret" on tho lake every day In
the week. A few days ago a party from
PcckvIUc landed 11 pickerel from tho
lake measuring thirty-two inches in
length, nnd three others, each measur
ing twenty-two Inches.
Hut Poyntelle Is not the only lake In
that lclnlly, as ;i walk out In any
direction will convince tho visitor. Two
tulles south of Poyntelle station Is situ
ated Rock lake, and about five hun
dred yards westward Summit lake af
fords excellent fishing and boating. To
the east a. short distance away Is Inde
pendence lake, and northward lies Little
and Rig Hickory lakes, either of which
aie as picturesque In surioundlngs as
The bathing, fishing and bontjng at
any of these lakes Is all that one could
wish for, and n drive n few miles
further northwest will be found Spnieo
lake, surrounded by tall trees and
pretty farm lands. Three miles to thp
northeast is Lake Como, now called
Wlmvood. All of them have dear,
white, sandy bottoms. Further up the
railroad lies Preston Park, Starlight
and Hancock, all of which are ideal
places to visit.
Passenger Agent J. K. Welsh, of the
Scranton division of the Ontario and
"Western, Is now arranging ror a, bpeclal
train service, at a reduced rate, over
tho road on July 4, for the accommo
dation of AVilkes-Rarre, Scranton and
Carbondale people. An old-fnshloned
Fourth of July dance will be conducted
In the pavilion at Lake Poyntelle on
FUNEBAL OF CHABLES E. HORN.
Large Assemblage of Friends At
tended Services at the Home.
The funeral of the late Chailes E.
Horn, bon of Attorney George S. Horn,
took place Saturday afternoon from the
family residence on Mulberry street.
Services were conducted by Rev. C.
M. Olflln, D. D and Rev. E. B. Singer,
of Elm Park church. Music was ren
dered by a trio, consisting of Mrs.
Joseph O'Brien, John T. "VVatklns and
Alfred AVooler. A large assemblage of
friends attended the services, many
members of the Lackawanna bar among
them. The floral offerings were numer
ous and beautiful.. Company G, of the
Eighth regiment, United States Volun
teer Infantry, with which the deceased
served in the Spanish war, sent a large
pillow, and Company F, or the Thir
teenth regiment, sent a florul gunstock.
The pull-bearers were selected from
the members of the bar. Thev were
George W. Benedict, jr., Charles E.
Daniels, Robert J. Murray, Frank M.
Lynch, Walter S. Bevan and John R.
Edwards. The flower-bearers were
Thomas P. Duffy, B. W. Evans and
Interment was made In Forest Hill
BOYAL ABCANUM .PARADE.
The Royal Arcanum celebration at
Nay Aug purk toduy will be preceded
by a pnrade. The different guides will
report to the grand marshal at Lacka
wanna nnd Franklin avenues tit 1 p. m.
The line of murch will be as follows:
Lackawanna to Wyoming, to Nuy Aug
Fourth of July Excursion to Pictur
esque Mountain Park.
Mountain Purk Is situated on tho
top of Wllkes-Barro mountain, over
looking the beautiful Wyoming valley.
Trains will leuve Scranton at S.30 and
11.30 a. m.; 1 u. m. and 4 p. m. Rates,
vu cents; children, oO cents.
Trains will leavo Wllkes-Barie at
0.00, 10.00, 11.00 a. m., U'.OO noon, 1.00,
I'.OO, a.00 p. m.
The Scranton tinlns. will make all
local stops between Scranton and
Amusements of all kinds will bo pro
vided: Bowling, merry-go-round, coast
pr ralltoad, mirage and nil athletic
First clans music for dancing: an
abundance ot lefreshments of all
kinds. Tickets will bo sold at all sta
tions. No tickets will be sold on tho
trains. J. S, Swisher. District Passen
ger Agent, Scranton, Pa.
MILL ORDAIN A
A SPECIAL DISPENSATION WAS
Bishop Hoban Will Have the Dis
tinction of Being the First Latin
Bishop in This Country to Ordain
a Member of tho Greek Catholic
Priesthood Five Candidates to Be
Ordained Wednesday, July 2 New
Head of Greek Church in America
to Establish Himself Here.
On Wednesday, July 2, Scranton will
witness n ceremony which In ecclesi
astical ceremonies Is unique a Lutln
bishop ordaining u Greek priest,
Tho cci oniony has been performed In
Europe previously, but this will bo the
first time for It to occur In this coun
try. The priest to bo ordained Is Rev.
John Pnrskoutn, who was on Saturday
raised to the oillcc of deacon by Cardi
nal Gibbous, nt Baltimore. He will be
ordained to the priesthood by Bishop
Tho Latin nnd Greek Catholic
churches united In 1894, hut tho Grpck
church retained unto itself tho juris
diction of Its clergy In nil mattcis ex
cept those of doctrine and discipline.
To make It possible for a Latin bishop
to ordain a Greek priest n special dis
pensation of the College of tho Propa
ganda Is necessary. Bishop Hoban de
sired to adopt another Greek priest for
his diocese and having the application
of Mr. Pnrskouta, sought and secured
tho necessary dispensation. But for
this special dispensation, Mr. Pnrs
kouta would have to go to Europe to
FOUR TO BE ORDAINED.
Four other young men will bo or
dained to the priesthood on tho same
day. They are Jtev. John E. Lynott, ot
North Scrnntonj Rev. Edward J, Burke,
of Onrbondnle. nnd Revs. Corgan nnd
Dryer, of Nnntlcokp. The latter Is a
Polish priest. AH five are graduates of
St. Mary's seminary, Raltlmore. Rev.
Messrs. Lynott and Burke were ele
vated to deacon's honors by Cardinal
Gibbon?, Saturday. Row Messrs. Cor
gan nnd Dryer were made deacons n
Rev. P. J. Murphy, of West Scran
ton, was ordained to the priesthood by
Cardinal Gibbons, Saturday, and yes
terday celebrated his first mass in St.
Patrick's church, West Scranton. He
is to become a missionary of the Soci
ety of St. Joseph, which works among
the colored people of the South.
Rev. Richard Jordan, of Green Ridge,
who was recently ordained in Rome,
will arrive homo next Wednesday, and
celebrate his first mass in St. Paul's
church, Gieen Ridge, next Sunday.
Scranton is to become the head jtif
the Greek Catholic church In America.
In the Greek church, the United States
is a missionary country, and under the
terms of the union with the Latin
church, the Greek priests in this coun
try were made subject to tho Latin
HAS GROWN RAPIDLY.
The Greek church has grown to such
dimensions in this country, that the
College of the Propaganda deemed It
expedient to "establish here a branch
of the Greek Catholic hierarchy and
iccently sent Abbe Hodoboy, of Aus
tria, here to take charge of the Greek
priests. He at first thought to locate
in Pittsburg, but after looking about,
decided to establish himself in Scran
ton, and has commissioned an agent to
secure him a suitable home. Ho will
come here to reside permanently in the
course of a few weeks.
Eventually, the abbe proposes to. es
tablish in Scranton a seminary for the
education of candidates for the Greek
pilcsthood. The Greek church Is deeply
interested in Its work in America and
can be counted upon to liberally en
couruge it. Another educational insti
tution of no mean dimensions will, as
a consequence, come to Scranton.
WOUND PBOVED FATAL.
Ruth Romalne Green, the 6-year-old
child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph J. Green,
of 538 North Sumner avenue, who was
accidentally shot by her brother a Jew
.days ago, died Saturday afternoon at
the Lackawanna hospital, where she
had been taken with the hope of ex
pert medical and surgical uttentlon
saving her life.
The sad circumstances attending the
child's death has aroused the deepest
sympathy for tho nftllcted parents, and
the unintentional act of the little boy
bus completely prostrated him. The
children were among the brightest at
tendants at No. 8 school, and were to
have taken part in the Children's duy
exercises last evening at, the Sumner
Avenue Presbyterian church.
The funeral services will be conducted
at the house this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The remains can be viewed fioni 10.30
a, in. until 12 in. The funeral will bo
private, and interment will be made In
the Dunmore cemetery.
EDWARD BUTLER, the IS-yenr-old
sou of Mr, and Mrs, James Butler, of
427 Prospect avenue, died Sutuiday
afternoon. The young man was ill only
a short time and his demise wos a
painful surprise to his numerous friends
In tho community. Besides his father
and mother, the following brothers and
sisters survive: Margaret and Ellen,
of this city, nnd Patrick nnd 'William,
of Chicago, 111, The funeral will tako
place tomorrow morning. Thero will bo
a requiem mass celebrntetl in St. Peter's
cathedral, Interment will be private.
MRS. CATHERINE O'HORA died
Saturday morning at tho home of her
bi other, Anthony O'Hora, of 1310 North
Washington avenue. The funeral will
take place from her brother's residence
this morning, A high mass of re
quiem will bo celebrated nt 10 o'clock
at St, Paul's church, Green Ridge. In
terment In Cathedral cemetery,
MRS. ROSE FLYNN, one of tho old
est residents of West Scranton, died ut
8 o'clock lust night nt her home, 22J
AVin Buren uvenue, nfter n short Ill
ness. She Is survived by the following
children: Mrs. John Hllgert, Rose,
June, John, Patrick nnd Joseph. Funeral
announcement will be made later.
The National Educational Association
Meets In Minneapolis, July 7-11. All
persona wishing to tako udvitntage of
the low rates oftcied hv tho rnllrniid
companies uo requested to meet In
wic oiuee of tne superintendent Tues
day, Juno 21, at 3 p. m. Itailrojd rep
resentatives will bo present and nil In
formation in jesard to berths, etc., will
be given. Q. w. Phillips, Supt.
5. H. twiningIsetti.ement
131 PENN AVENUE.
BECITAL BY CABL FAELTEN.
The Great Pianist Will Be Heard
This Evening in Parish House.
Carl Fucltcn, tho celebrated pianist,
and director of tho Fucltcn Pianoforte
school, Boston, will give a piano rccltnl
this evening In St. Luke's Parish house,
under the uusplces of tho Conservatory'
ot Music. The following Is the pro
gramme: Theme nnd Vaiintluns, B. Flat Major,
Sonata, D Major, Op. 2S Beethoven
Allegro. Andante. Scherzo. Rondo.
(Note This work Is known as Pastoral
Sonata, a title well suited to lis lytic
L'litde, B Flat Minor. Op. 101, No. 1.
Andnntlno. E Flat Major, Op. "J, No. 2.
Spinning Song, C Major, Up. 67, No. 4.
Anfschwung, F Major, Op. 2.!, No. .
Nnclitsluck, F Major, Op. 23, No. -f.
Tocatta, C Major, Op. 7 Schumann
Nocturne. G. Major. Op. 37, No. 2.
Ballade. O Minor, Op. 2:j Chopin
Vulso ct Scene du "Faust,"
A VALUABLE PROPEBTY.
Owned by the Hall Mining Company,
of This City.
The Hall mine, near Marlon, N. C,
is proving a great investment for the
owners, S. D. Roberts, Richard R.
Walsh, John Hall and J. P. Kelly, of
this city, and E. II. House, ot Minion,
N. ('., who constitute the Hall Mining
company, which recently added $10,000
to Its capital stock to secure the neces
sary machinery to operate the mine on
a largo scale.
Tho tract, nearly nil ot which Is avail
able, consists ot 123 acres. A large
stream runs northward through tho
property, dividing it into two nearly
equal paits, about 238 poles in length.
With proper appliances the water can
bo raised to the upper gravel beds and
utilized for the entire length of the
property. The creek bed Itself contains
tho "tailings" from ages of weathering
processes, besides its natural gravel,
and is, by tests, found to be very rich.
The gold gravels contain many speci
mens of rare minerals, including gar
net, zircon, aqua marine, amethyst,
topaz, ruby, and even diamonds have
HOWLBY. In Scranton, Juno 22, 3902. to
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. How ley, ot AVhccler
avenue, a son.
f Shorter Hours for Our Salespeople
$ From July 7th to September tst, our stores $j
9 will close at 5 p. m., excepting Saturday, Si
9 when we will be open until the usual S
5 closing time. 5:
i Monday Bargains
I In New Wash Goods
9 An immense stock of the very g
9 latest styles of warm weather fabrics at si
jg bargain prices. 5
Five thousand yards Printed Embroidered Swiss, all
new work, white ground, black spots and stripes and
figures IS l-2c
SWISS LAPPETS A 25c material in strictly new design
a fluffy, dainty dress goods 15c
SATIN STRIPE MUSLIN White ground, tho most gon
teel black foulard printing 45c value for 25c
SILK MOUSELINE DE SOIE Artistic patterns, linen
grounds, pretty buds and blossoms, 50c value for 30c
LINEN GRENADINE Silk ribbon stripes of white nat
ural linen, blue, green pink 40c
DIMITIES -Pretty neat patterns for children's wear,
real Scotch goods, 25c value , for 15c
SHEAR BATISTE Like India Linon in finish, great
variety of new scroll and lace effects , 12 l-2c
SILK WABP GINGHAM Stripes of lace and bourette,
and dotted silk marked, 50c value for .30c
Given Away, Ten Stamps
2 With every purchase of $1.00 or more, June 5
H 21 or 23, Present This Coupon at
U Our Office, gi
9 : 6
I Mears &
415-417 Lackawanna Ave.
THA'i' IS NOT THE PROVINCE OF
So Stated Rev. Henry Sterling Potter
Last Night in a Sermon on "The
Church and the Strike Situation,"
from His Putplt in tho Green
Ridge Baptist Church -Mission of
Church Is Not to Enter Into Strifes
and Contentions Over Froporty.
Rev. Henry Sterling Potter, pastor of
the Green Ridge Baptist church, Inst
evening preuched on the theme "The
Church nnd tho Strike Situation,"
taking a somewhat unusual position,
maintaining ns he did that tho church
was beneath her dignity In entering
Into any particular conflict In the In
dustrial world, and assuming the role
of judge and arbitrator.
Ho took for Ills text, Luko xll:U-ll,
"And ono of tho company said unto hint,
'Master speak to my brother, that ho
dhido tho Inheritance with inc. And ho
said unto him, Mini, who mado mo a
judgo or a divider over youV' " Mr. Pot
ter said In part:
Our usually pcacenblo valley hns cer
tainly fallen on troublous times. Wo fenr
that ono of tho greatest iudustilnl warn
tho world has ever known Is upon us and
tho end Is not yet. Clouds of portending
despair nro settling over many pleasant
homes, nnd tho wolf is already nt tho
door of tho humble cottage. Not only tire
the industries of this valley paralyzed,
but the pntlro country begins to fcol tho
mlsfortuno. Wo nro pnsslng through 1111
ago of conflict between capital und labor.
Strikes cost enormous sums, but tho
moial loss is still greater. They generntu
und cultivate tho very things which the
church ts fighting. In human life, ha
tred and selfishness. Bitter things havo
been said about tho church because It
docs not enter Into tho struggle and dic
tate settlement. A labor leader moie
prominent than great has advised his fol
lowers to despise tho churches because
they are not taking the position which ho
assumes they should take.
If I correctly understand the mission of
the church, it is not to enter into nnd
attempt to settlo tho particular strifes
and contentious over property between
man and man. It in tho samo old story,
"Master speak to my brother," in other
words, uso tho Gospel to make tho other
fellow generous. Tho answer of the Mus
ter was and Is "Tho Gospel's first busi
ness is to niako you right." Tho church
has a broader mission than settling par
ticular st 1 Ikes, it is to so touch human
nature with thb divine, and change hu
man nature by tho application of the Gos
pel that thero will be no strikes or oc
casion for any. It Is to proclaim to cap
italist and laborer alike the truo prin
ciples of life, tho Fatherhood of God, tho
brotherhood of man, and the blurting
obligation ot lovo one for the other. It is
to build up holy character, and make
men Dice God, and when this is accom
plished, thero can bo no more conlllct.
Social problems will then settlo them
selves. Tho pocketbook has made mure trouble
than almost anything else, and has been
a larger Influence In determining tho his
tory of tho world than any religious or
moral issue. Tho natural man is a sel
fish animal, and that fact lies at the bot
tom of all contentions and strivingsCap
italists arc too selfish and greedy, and
labor oft overestimates its own value, it
Is much more importnnt to change tho
nature of the disputants than to settlo
tho particular dispute.
The only way to finally adjust theso
things Is that tho Golden Rule as
prenched and exemplified by Jesus shall
take deep root In every life. Jesus never
tried to right directly the particular
wrongs of his day. Hq lived under tho
Continued on Taee S.J
We do not get jewelers prices for silverware, we do
not expect to, we do not ask it. If you want depend
able goods Rogers, Meriden, and Pairpotnts you
will find tbem here, Berry Spoons, Ladles, Tea
Sets, Butter Dishes, Fruit Dishes, Knives, Forks,
Spoons, Carving Sets, etc., all of which makes ap
propriate Bridal Gifts.
GEORGE V. MILLAR & CO.
Linens and Domestics
ALL A'1 occasin f this character would be
T W I C importance at any time. It is of em-
I il 15 phatic importance now on account of the
WEEKseasonaeness the offer and the
reasonableness of the prices. Come
early or late ; come any time in the day; we can
make it interesting for you all day long.
36 inches wide at 3c
Atlantic Muslin at 4'jC
Argyle Muslin at O'Jo
Lockwood Muslin at 6c
36 inches wide at....... 5c
Pride Muslin at ..... 6c
Gold Medal, Hill and Fear
Lonsdale nnd Fruit of
Table Linens and Napkins
Separate Table Cloths, with
Napkins to match:
2 yards by 2 yards wide,
2 yards by 24 wide 2.50
2 yards by 3 wide 3.00
Napkins, a dozen 2.25
Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linen with turkey red
border, at greatly reduced
Damask and Hack Towels
A great assortment of these.
Two specials are here men
tioned 9c and 12c
8 Linen Crash
Bleached and Unbleached at
reduced prices for this sale.
Special 18-inch twilled
Cotton Crash at 2'ic
0 The goods offered are new and fresh. The sale
is for the purpose of letting you know what we can
v do for you in these household necessities.
The opportunity should be promptly appreciated.
i flcConnell & Co.
V The Satisfactory Store.
ADVERTISERS OF REAL BARGAINS ONLY.
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All This Week
The past few days have been busy ones in the Carpet Department,
The genuineness of our carpet bargains has been appreciated to such
an extent that we have selected several choice patterns from our regu
lar stock to complete the assortment and will continue the sale for the
remainder of this week.
Williams & McAimlty,
129 Wyoming Avenue.
""Should yen wish to take advantage of this special sale to make
F rcha its for the fall, we shall be pleased to store the same free of
cl ; i0 u itl needed. See window display.
11 - - f P
134 Wyoming Avenue.
'Walk In and Look Around.
10-4 Special at 16o
Lockwood 7-4 at 16c
Lockwood 8-4 at 18c
Lockwood 0-4 at 20c
Lockwood 10-4 at 22c
Utica 7-4 at 17c
Utica 8-4 at 10c
Utica 0-4 at 22c
Utica 10-4 nt 25c
Dwight 9-4 at 22c
Dwight 10-4 at 25c
Lockwood 8-4 at 16',&c
Lockwood 9-4 nt 19c
Lockwood 10-4 at 22c
Dwight 8-4 at 19c
Dwight 9-4 at 21c
Dwight 10-4 at. 23c
Special 9-4 Sheeting, fine
even thread 12'c
Sheets -and Pillow Gases
At prices below market
values. All the famous brands:
Extra Heavy Unbleached
Sheets, torn from the piece,
hemmed, ready for use!
2i by 2Vi yards, each 40c
214 by 2 yards, each 45c
Fine Bleached Pillow Cases
45 by 38, each 10c
45 by 36, each lie
400-402 Lackawanna Ave. jj
$ .85 Quality 65c
1.00 Quality 75c
$1.25 Quality 80c
1.35 Quality.... , 95c
$1.25 and $1.35 Quality 95